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Brave Bwlch beaten by Penlan

BWLCH Rangers were knocked out of the West Wales Cup on Wednesday night (Mar 21) as they were beaten 1-0 by Penlan Club.

The game was played at Llanelli Town’s Stebonheath Park and a good crowd gathered to watch the game.

Bwlch are currently second in the Carmarthenshire Premier Division and are yet to lose a game in the league.

They made it through to the Semi-final on Saturday (Mar 17), as they beat Pembrokeshire side Merlins Bridge 2-1 thanks to goals from Clayton Jenkins and Ian Evans.

It was a close game between two excellent sides and it needed extra time to separate the two sides.

Penlan’s Luke Chappell was the hero for the Swansea League Division 1 side as his goal sent the Club through to the final.

Bwlch had a number of chances to score and even had a goal disallowed as the referee ruled that the Penlan keeper had control of the ball before it was stabbed home.

The Llanelli-based side tweeted after the match that the result was ‘hard to take’ but they now move on to their TG Davies Cup Quarter-final with Felinfoel on Saturday (Mar 24).

Penlan, third in their league, will now go on to face Pembrokeshire League leaders Goodwick United in the final which will be played at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea at a date that is yet to be decided.

The two finalists have already met once this season in the FAW Trophy third round and that game saw Penlan take a 2-0 lead only for Goodwick to come back and win the game 3-2.

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If that game is anything to go by, the final at the Liberty Stadium is set to be just as good.

Photos by Darren Harries.